Eternal Flawless Love…

It occurred to me one day that how actually our forefathers (father and his generation and earlier generation people) managed to withhold the bond of trust, faith, seamless love with their counterparts, be it our mother or father.

But in these modern days, in our generation specifically, divorces occur for utterly weird reasons like a sneeze, snoring and a wide variety of others to follow. Our previous generation too faced similar problems that couples face today but they were usually not enough to break the bond of their marriage.                                                                                                Related image

Although as I write this article, I can say that as I am not married it’s not really an experience and maybe my mind will change after I do get married, still the question occurs to me as I see via one or the other mediums like TV, newspaper, blogs, social networking, where my friends and people post things like they had a break up, they are not in talking terms with their friends, lovers and so on and that too openly on a large public platforms. I often wonder why the term ‘love’ has become a laughing stock? Why has it become a medium of mockery? This is not something, which can be or should be ignored. Afterall love was a basic necessity of the expressive category of living beings.

When my mom and papa quarrel like all normal couples do, they do not post things of sadness, anger or disrespect for their counterparts openly on social media or on any other public platforms. No matter how big the problem was, it was not put out in a display for everybody out there. They use to quarrel but patch up fast, no matter how much intense it was. It actually helped their bond grow and get stronger and stronger day by day.

But in our generation, if we quarrel even on simple things like tea, the fight usually gets uglier and the distance elongates. The beautiful ‘Thank you’s’ and ‘I love you’s’ are now not whispered in ears but posted on facebook with a collage of pics and a love-filled red colored frame to go with.

Why does this happen?

Maybe because in those generations when two people got together in the bond of marriage (either love or arranged) they understood each other and also they understood the role they required to play in that relationship. But in our generation where couples want to be equal in a relationship, they do not want to share the equal responsibility to nurture that relationship. In a lifestyle so hectic, in chase of comforts and materialistic facilities and a marathon of being active on social media and getting that celebrity-like attention, we have left the beauty of working on a relationship behind. While people are so obsessively in love with the idea of being in love, they forget the actual being in love feeling way back.                                                                                                                            Image result for old couple

Is the concept of ‘Eternal Flawless Love’ slowly vanishing from generation? Or is our generation unable to recognize the love? Or is their ego not permitting them to recognize that love? Maybe love has become a decorative idea of social media walls. The question remains.

It is up to you to find out that if your ego stops you from being in an eternal flawless love or whether you will be able to overcome your ego issues and the materialistic preference and find that true love in your life?

It’s up to you to decide.

 

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Written by: Ramachandra R Koppar, 27, generally writes small stories, poems, and articles. His write-ups are stored in his brain somewhere gradually taking shape on papers.

 

Edited by: Lipi Gupta

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